Movie shoot slows traffic in Downtown Detroit

Published On: Jun 29 2013 03:34:42 PM EDT   Updated On: Jun 29 2013 04:06:04 PM EDT

During a movie shoot for "Need For Speed" on Saturday southbound M-10 was closed south of Howard Street in Detroit.

DreamWorks Studio is filming the movie, which centers around a street racer who embarks on a cross country adventure fueled by revenge after being framed and sent to prison.

A giant ramp was set up for a car stunt near the Lodge closer. Traffic was backed up on Jefferson Avenue from Rivard Street all the way to west of Cobo.


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